Day tour to Pompeii from Naples

Day tour to Pompeii from Naples

Based on 1 reviews
Free cancellation
Language: English , Italian , French , Spanish , German
Mobile voucher accepted
Duration: Flexible
Do this because
  • Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Pompeii from Naples
  • Walk through the ancient city's well-preserved streets
  • Enjoy an audio commentary on board of the bus in five languages
What to expect

Are you ready to discover the history and mysteries of one of the most ancient cities of all times? Jump on the bus and enjoy the beauty of Pompeii from Naples!

On board bus you will find a commentary recorded in 5 languages (Italian, English, French, Spanish and German) that will tell you the history and curiosity about this ancient city once the beating heart of a lively civilization.

Once you arrive in Pompeii, you will have time to explore at your own pace the ruins of this magical city. Choose your most convenient time of departure and spend a day walking through the places where the Romans lived their daily lives and held banquets.

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What's included
  • check Round trip ticket from Naples to Pompeii
  • check Audio guide in 5 languages (Italian, English, French, Spanish and German) on board of the bus
What's not included
  • x_not_included Pompeii entrance tickets (starting from 18€)

Parco Castello, 1, 80100 Naples, Italy

Meeting point:
City Sightseeing stop. Be at the meeting point 15 min before the tour departure time
What to remember
  • Option 1 departs at 9.20am. Option 2 departs at 11.05am. Return times at 1.45pm and 3.45pm. Each departure time is associated to its specific return time. It is not possible to choose different departure/return courses
  • Please note that the stops and timetables undergo changes during the winter period
  • It is advisable to wear comfortable shoes
  • At the end of the purchase you will receive a voucher by e-mail, this voucher can be printed and presented directly on board the bus
  • Be at the stop 15 minutes before departure
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Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the experience begins.

What people say about this experience



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  • Janjan

    From United Kingdom - October 2022

    Travelled as a couple


    45 - 54 years old


    Overall rated


    Walking in the old ruins knowing it was once a prosperous town. Hearing about what happened when the volcano erupted. The guide was very knowledgable. ...

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